Oh, the places you'll go!
Seoul at sunset, South Korea....won't be going there but we have an office there so pretty cool to see
9 Amazing Night Sky of 9 Darkened Cities
As cliché as it sounds, there is nothing like springtime in Paris. A detour to Notre Dame's side garden is a great way to evade the crowds out front and enjoy a more scenic view of the cathedral and admire its flying buttresses and gothic architecture. Further back is Pont de l'Archevêché – a bridge full of locks left behind by lovers. By Lara.
Springtime in Paris
Milky Way over Fly Geyser, Nevada
Pretty good checklist. Maybe just missing gun and knife and hiking boots.
Saint Petersburg, Russia
One of the coolest (literally) of the Colorado Springs hiking trails, and one of the best-kept secrets. This is a unique 2-mile hike near Glen Eyrie that meanders through a steep canyon, gains 400 feet of vertical, and ends up at the punch bowls-- five granite bowls filled with mountain water. Excellent hike for a hot summer day. Jump into the bowls and go for a swim.
2-mile hike near Glen Eyrie that meanders through a steep canyon, gains 400 feet of vertical, and ends up at the punch bowls-- five granite bowls filled with mountain water...done this! Can't wait to do it again!
Burghausen Castle, Bavaria, Germany
Paris in the Rain - Watercolor by Joseph Zbukvic
aspen colorado gondola with milky way via flickr
Gare du Nord Train Station, Paris
Bridge Silhouette, Prague, Czech Republic
while on a trip, send yourself a postcard every day from where ever you are and write what you did that day on it...then bind them when you return to have a journal of your trip -- complete with photos, stamps, and a run-down of each day's events! Doing this on the road trip!
Sea Cliffs, Normandy, France #JetsetterCurator
Smoo Cave Waterfall, Scotland
Verona, Italy - The letters to Juliet
Neuschwanstien Castle, Germany
The Great Wall of China is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials, generally built along an east-to-west line across the historical northern borders of China in part to protect the Chinese Empire or its prototypical states against intrusions by various nomadic groups or military incursions by various warlike peoples or forces.
Great Wall of China